The difference between slavage/clearance and new items.

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Due to almost all of our items being clearance and salvage goods, I thought it would be a good idea to explain the difference, and indeed, our extremely cheap prices.

There is of course no need to clarify what a normal brand new item is - buy it from a shop or a supplier, and resell it (generally).

Clearance is unwanted items from shops (generally end of range, shops closing down, etc.). These items are brand new, but possibly a little shop-worn.

Salvage is the product of insurance claims. Either there is slight smoke damage, water damage (or other) to the outside boxes, etc.

We of course have quality checks with what we acquire, and you can be sure that any item that is re-sold on ebay is either a little shop worn, small damages to the outer boxes or even just perfect. You will always be informed regardless of any blemishes that there may be on any of our products. We of course are also open to refunds or returns if the items do not match our descriptions.

Due to the quantities that we purchase and for the reasons above, we can of course offer these items for a fraction of retail (and sometimes even cost) price.So next time you view our items, you know the reason why they are so cheap.

They are not in any way stolen or fakes,or counterfeit.

If you have any questions, please let me know.

Thanks for reading!

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